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Which Carbocation is most stable among the three? [on hold]

According to me the answer should be (C) as that Carbocation will be stablized by resonance with Chlorine. I have read that resonance is the biggest deciding factor about the stability of a ...
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Carbocation stability with respect to different groups attached [on hold]

Out of $\alpha$-methoxy ($\ce {-OR}$), $\alpha$-hydroxy ($\ce {-OH}$) and $\alpha$-amino groups ($\ce {-NH2}$) attached to a positively-charged carbon which will produce the more stabilizing effect?
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Why is C2H5 a stronger +I group than CH3?

While reading about the basic character of amines, I came across a note which said that $\ce{CH3-CH2-NH2}$ was more stable than $\ce{CH3-NH2}$ as $\ce{C2H5}$ was a stronger +I group than $\ce{CH3}$. ...
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Stability order of methy benzyl cations?

I know that meta position shown no resonance effect and hyperconjugation effect . So According to the order given I guess Hyperconjugating effect is taken into account as -CH3 has no Resonance effects....
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Give the order of nucleophilic addition reaction in the following -

I am confused that whether we should take only inductive or hyperconjugation effect also into consideration while finding the order. As the answer in the book is only according to inductive effect . ...
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Mechanism of substitution for disubstituted benzene

Here, I count the individual effects of the two oppositely directing groups. I assume that the deactivation of $\ce{NO_2}$ group at ortho and meta positions is higher. While bromination, I get the ...
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Comparing relative negative inductive effect of substituents (dialkyl amine, amine, alkoxide, fluoride)

Which of the following is correct with respect to the negative inductive effect of the substituents? 1. $\ce{-NR2 < -OR < -F}$ 2. $\ce{-NH2 < -OR < -F}$ 3. $\ce{-NR2 > -OR > -F}...